in descending chronological order


• Diagonale

For clarinet, tenor saxophone, violin, violoncello and piano. Composed for the Verband Bayerischer Schulmusiker e.V.



• Prime Time

For tenor saxophone, two e-guitars, e-bass and drum set. Composed for Panzerballett.



• Die Stadt

music theatre for jazz singer, mixed choir, synthesizer and drumset, 80 min.

Recording (excerpts)

December 2016, Schwere Reiter Theatre, Munich
Solo singer: Marie Brandis


Süddeutsche Zeitung: Artikel am 07.02.2012

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• This New Ocean

opera in three acts, for 15 instruments (tpt, hn, tba, 4 vln, 2 va, 2 vc, db, pf, e-git, perc), mixed choir, soprano, alto, countertenor, tenor, bass, 110 min. length. More details

Recording (excerpts)

Africa premiere July 2014 at Soweto Theatre, South Africa
Soloists: Yoko Yamaguchi, Monggie Thlapane, Jan Kollmar, Fabian Duschl, Franz Stadler
Conductor: Anton Zapf

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Video podcasts

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Media reports

Münchner Merkur: article on 05/30/2014

On Deutschlandradio Kultur, July 2014: radio report about This New Ocean

On South African television:

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• Habakkuk 3

for two percussionists and electronics - written for the Slovenian Percussion Duo

• Abraxas

for solo organ - written for the International Organ Week Nürnberg 2012



• Schwerer Als Luft

choreographic opera for 12 instruments (ob, cl, bsn, tpt, tbn, vln, vla, vc, db, e-git, 2 perc), male choir, baritone and tenor, 55 min. length


World premiere 2012 on the apron of Munich Airport
Instrumentalists: undercoverfiction ensemble
Choir: aircraft ground handlers of Munich Airport
Soloists among them: Mauricio Blázquez, Patrick Quint
Direction: Nélida Béjar

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Video podcast

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Media reports

Süddeutsche Zeitung, 7 February 2012: article about Schwerer als Luft

On Bavarian public radio Bayern 4 Klassik, 2 February 2012: radio report about Schwerer als Luft

On the news of German public television
(ARD  Nachtmagazin), 4 February 2012:

On the news of Bavarian public television
(BR Abendschau), 3 February 2012:

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Documentary film

"Auf den Schwingen des Ikarus" - documentary film by Stefanie Landgraf and Johannes Gulde about the production of "Schwerer als Luft". 85 min. D. 2013 / 60 min. D. 2014

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• Kein Wechsel des Lichts

for piano solo, dedicated to Wilfried Hiller



• Zum Ewigen Frieden - Ein Abgesang

staged requiem for six instruments (cl, bsn, vln, vla, vc, e-bass), children's choir and live electronics, 60 min. length


world premiere 2010 in the Black Box of Gasteig (Munich)
played by undercoverfiction ensemble, direction Nélida Béjar

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• Holz

for solo double bass



• Pull Up / Glideslope

electronics - with samples from Munich Airport


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• Kern

for 10 instruments

• Stage music for Exodus

for violin and live elektronics


improvised and programmed by Nélida Béjar, with samples of the P61, the flagship of the Maltese Navy

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• In der Sonne trage schwarz

for wind octett and double bass - written for the Soloists of the New Chamber Orchestra of Bamberg


world premiere 2008, Internationales Künstlerhaus Villa Concordia (Bamberg), played by the Soloists of the New Chamber Orchestra of Bamberg

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• Ausweg

after a painting by Alastair for piano and electronics - written for the Bayerische Alademie der Schönen Künste

• Stage music for Creation

for piano and electronics


(played by Nélida Béjar, Malta 2007)

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• Kilter

for large orchestra


(MIDI recording)

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• Sevillanas

for 7 instruments - written for the Ensemble Zeitsprung

• Esperas

for solo piano



• Cortaziana

for baritone and 14 instruments - written for the ensemble De Ereprijs

• Telar

for clarinett, violine, violoncello and piano

• Faber

electronics / musique concrète: music for a video by visual artist Vassilis Salpistis, made of pencil sounds


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• Scène

for 14 instruments



• Tell us who

for four saxophones - commissioned by the DoArte-Stiftung for the saxophone quartett Turbine

• Romance de la Virgen y el Ciego

Arrangement of an old spanisch song for five male singers and harp - written for the vocal group Singphoniker

• Zug ab!

for two pianos - written for the piano duo Martina and Kristina Bauer

• Tres danzas para un arpa

for solo harp - written for Irmgard Gorzawski



• Pentagramm

for solo piano


5th movement

(played by Nélida Béjar)

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• Nachtschattenklänge

for two pianos and percussion - commissioned by the Gasteig-Preis-Wettbewerb 2002


(played by Julia Fedulajewa, Nélida Béjar, Alexander Glöggler, Musikhochschule München 2003)

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• So ging ich durch die trüben, bittern Schwaden

after Dante's "Divine Comedy" for flute and marimba - written for the Italian Night 2002, commissioned by Bayerischer Rundfunk

• Fanfare

for four trumpets, four trombones and timbals

• Feuermasken

for piano, percussion and orchestra



• Suite for solo percussion


1st movement, Fell and 4th movement, Finale

played by Stefan Pellmaier, Musikhochschule München 2001

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• 13 Duos for two violins


Duo No. 6, "Der Mond", after a scene of F. García Lorca's Blood Wedding

(played by Radoslaw Szulc and Akiko Tanaka, Gasteig München 2001)

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